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wizard of oz. can oz shine at the box office like other remakes before it? let's bring in dennis kneale. we are looking at some other ones that have done well. dennis: cause the great and powerful premiere, hollywood hoping to be great and powerful for raise sagging box office, ticket sales down 15% this year, already the first two hundred million dollar flop in the jack and the giant slayer. hopes are high for this prequel to the 75-year-old film that could do $85 million in the u.s. even more overseas where it opened last night, 27 markets and another 19 cities today. this is technically a prequel, not a remake but let's look at the most successful remakes of all time. look at this. they all came out in 2005-2006. casino royale, war of the world that 590, king kong from the guy who did the lord of the rings trilogy, peter jackson, $550 million. we will see whether this will do well. overall, past week, disney stock up 50% and no one knows better how to turn a good blockbuster movie into billions of dollars and other revenue in the next few years, already at work on the avengers. liz:
. with, it's easy to search hundreds of cards and apply online. dennis: i'm dennis kneale kneale with your fox business rates. cyprus has a country rattling wall street. traders were the drastic move to the bailout might read them in stock down for much of the day after hitting new record highs earlier today. the senate banking committee chairman reportedly won't run for reelection next year. according to dow jones, he plans to announce his retirement tomorrow. his office said a press conference for tomorrow afternoon. if you wish here's a believe in open seat on the banking committee. johnson & johnson recalling more than 2 million blood glucose meters worldwide. centimeters failed to operate properly at extremely high glucose readings. that's when outside u.s. and no direct link to the meter has been determined. now continuing our "countdown to the closing bell" with liz claman. liz: it is the battl battle of e titans, let's be honest, but the bidding war for dell is powering up. nicole: michael dell stepping into the ring with his bid 24.4 billion now of course y
just say that? huh-- what is he doing? >> i'm dennis kneale with your fox business brief. this just in, turns out stocks can't go up forever. the blue chips on track to end a 10-day win streak and eight straight days of record high closes for the dow. the s&p 500 also pulling back after almost hitting a record high there. retail sales for new video games fell again in february adding to more than a year of declines. researcher npd group says sales of video game hardware, soft wear accessories dropped 25% in february from a year ago. worst hit was the hardware sector. customers waiting for the sony playstation 4 and a lot of gamers are moving online with no console at all. and to it ya recalling 310,000fj cruiser sport utility vehicles worldwide. front seat belt retractors could fall off, years 2007-302013. the japanese automaker says no accidents or injuries have been reported. toyota will notify owners by mail. now we continue our "countdown to the closing bell" with the fabulous cheryl casone. finish. cheryl: oh, dennis. all right, two once-dominant internet names are seeing their pr
excuses for dennis kozlowski, i don't know too much about his case, but i do know this, tyco is not straton oakmont. it sold one legitimate deal, maybe two, one that i know of, steve madden shoes, that's the only one legitimate. liz: steve madden was -- >> he help put steve madden in jail, the shoe guy; right? liz: yeah, but that company still exists. if you serve your time and you pay back what you were supposed to, but there are still victims out there whose lives were changed. >> before madoff, there was jordan belfort. apparently he made money off the movie. liz: thank you. you are not going to morgan stanley. >> but they are going to have brian steel. would you short the stock now? liz: not over that. [laughter] liz: good to see you, thank you, charlie. closing bell ringing in 26 minutes and change. the fed, look it is obvious, will eventually have to tighten rates. the question is, when will ben bernanke and company do that? what does that mean for your portfolio? and how should you organize your portfolio? charlie is saying short the dow. but guess what, len tannenbaum
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